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Freedom Mag DA videos/articles on Paul Haggis, New Yorker

Discussion in 'Media' started by tikk, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. CarltonBANKS Member



    Sort of analogy type thing:
    Imagine if you had to sleep with the worst looking supermodel:

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  2. xenubarb Member

    Agreed.
    Dear cult, there is this thing called a light source. Ignore it at your peril when you try to fake photographs.
  3. Sponge Member

    I think scientology needs to do some fact checking about its potential audience reach before it thinks about releasing such freedumb mag batshittery for public consumption. Scientology lacks a real life sense of proportion.

    Youtube search on scientology, 30th August 2011, sorted by videos, relevance, anytime, All categories....
    youtubescientology30820.jpg

    Amazon.com best sellers in the Religion & Sprituality>>Other Practices>>Scientology sub-category 30th August 2011
    amazonscientology308201.jpg
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  4. The Heretic Member

    The best thing about this is that OGFurious made a video about Scientology.
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  5. Sponge Member

    and he's often in the Featured Videos section at the top.
    I just searched again, and there he is, right at the top. lol.
  6. Anonymous Member

    They probably mean this card:

    24wbof8.jpg.png
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  7. Anonymous Member

    What is the circulation of FreeDumb magazine, compared to the New Yorker or Village Voice??

    I need to LAUGH MOAR at the stupid clams.
  8. Anonymous Member

    The freedumb mag ranks so poorly on Alexa that they don't show graphs for the site info.
  9. Anonymous Member

    Exposé: The truth comes out.

    The article entitled "Water is Wet" was written by a criminal.

    Furthermore, 87% of that article's 4760 facts presented were so off base as to be considered "way off base".

    Let me not dignify those facts or mine with an explanation or analysis. Nor should I sink to identifiying them.

    Did I mention that one of the sources of the article is not universally acclaimed as the best film director, ever? Ok. Have you seen LRH's films? Never mind.

    I think there is no longer any need for anyone to give the proposition that "Water is Wet" any further thought or credit.
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  10. Anonymous Member

    Seriously, I am angling for a job at "Freedom".
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  11. Anonymous Member

    thanks for catching that, will do tonight after I catch up on a few threads, etc.
  12. Anonymous Member

    NP, thanks for all the work!
  13. Anonymous Member

    Yeah, nice work Anon! Thanks!
  14. Krautfag Member

    Seriously, somebody needs to tell Dave that there are differences between a video audience and the sheeple he delivers his hourlong drivels to. I tried to watch the freedom flics but gave up after 3 minutes. Unbearable.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    David Miscavige is probably the worst video cameraman and video editor there is. All that money, the best equipment, and working with video for 40 years, and this is the best shit he can come up with??

    He's a complete ass-tool. He's a fun-sized talentless fuckwit.
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  16. Anonymous Member

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  17. Anonymous Member

    He's doing the best he can, he had big shoes to fill!
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  18. Smurf Member

    Someone thinks so... :)

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  19. hi-sox Member

    ^^^^ ITT, BFG posting anonymously. I kid, I kid. I actually think she looks good.
  20. hi-sox Member

    Excerpt from page 7:
    freedomhaggis.jpg

    Really? Really? After, "...a scene weighted with symbolism." you still think you have to explain that it's a metaphor for burning bridges? Writer should word-clear "subtly".
  21. Anonymous Member

    hegay?
  22. hi-sox Member

    Thanks for posting these. Here they are in one post:

    Cover:
    http://i.imgur.com/67RPA.jpg

    Page 1 "The New Yorker: What a Load of Balderdash":
    http://i.imgur.com/gn0Js.jpg

    Page 2 "A 24,000-Word Odyssey to Nowhere":
    http://i.imgur.com/eMMAo.jpg

    Page 3 "Fact Checks or Checkered Facts?":
    http://i.imgur.com/NXqoB.jpg

    Page 4 "People May Lie, Numbers Don't":
    http://i.imgur.com/3ZXtN.jpg

    Page 5 "Web of Deceit":
    http://i.imgur.com/By6z4.jpg

    Page 6 "Between the Covers":
    http://i.imgur.com/wtX6E.jpg

    Page 7 "The Hypocrate of Hollywood":
    http://i.imgur.com/n0nbp.jpg

    Page 8 "The Anonymous Connection":
    http://i.imgur.com/5elod.jpg

    MOD NOTE: Added to OP
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  23. Smurf Member

    Yes. John Quale is openly gay.
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  24. Anonymous Member

    I'm really looking forward to Lawrence Wright's upcoming book about the whole Haggis vs cult drama.

    the anti-Scientology market is a growing industry.
    anonymous has made it cool to know all about this sexy cult.
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  25. Anonymous Member

    Damn. Hubbard would be proud of those Freedom magazine 'exposés'.

    Nice work.
  26. hushpuppy Member

    Oh no they didn't

    http://www.observer.com/2011/08/sci...yorker-pamphlets-outside-conde-nast-building/
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  27. Sponge Member

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  28. Anonymous Member

    <bows> They are nothing if not predictable.

    We are trying to scramble someone out there for pics.
    If anyone else can get out there, please do.
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  29. hushpuppy Member

    Gawker is on it now:

    http://gawker.com/5836184/scientologys-gaudy-new-yorker-spoof
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  30. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    They used to have Freedom Magazine newsracks in Clearwater.
  31. Anonymous Member

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  32. Anonymous Member

    I do remember the cult doing their own "profile" on paul haggis after crash in their celebrity mag. It would be interesting to see how to praise him for his work, and now how to talk shit about it after he left. Maybe back to back in a video or something. I mean the work remains unchanged despite his change of faith, so why the change of heart?
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  33. Anonymous Member

    This would be great.
    A highly effective and way to criticize an organization is to point out that it contradicts itself.
    Leads one to wonder about their ulterior motives, and illustrates their intellectual dishonesty.
  34. Sonichu Moderator

    /r dox plz would like to see this
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  35. tikk Member

    I used to work for conde nast but don't know anyone in that building anymore. And if you've emailed me to see whether I could pick up a dvd, I'll say here that I'm nowhere near there today.
  36. Anonymous Member

    Thanks anyway!
  37. Sponge Member

    Funny, I was just thinking about this myself.
    We must track down that celebrity mag issue.
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  38. Anonymous Member

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  39. " ...Esquire's Mark Warren called Wright's article boring, which is charitable."

    - from the Fleecedom Magazine article

    I don't know who Mark Warren is but one wonders if they would quote him in the future if Mr. Warren ever wrote a critical piece on the cult.

    As for the article being boring; then the question is, "Then why go to all that trouble to refute a boring article that supposedly nobody would bother reading?". If you want to see boring, read a Scientology publication like Freedom Magazine. Perhaps the article was "boring" because we are talking Scientology which is very boring. It is hard to make hot air and nonsense exciting or interesting. The boring facts are this; it's a scam and a brainwashing cult that has it's own boring "language" and a staff of diehards who work to bore their enemies and critics to death.
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  40. Sponge Member

    Scientologists Made a Mock New Yorker Magazine
    NY Mag 31st August 2011
    http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2011/08/scientologists_made_a_mock-new.html

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